Cat No: LEX010DLX Label: Lex Records Genre: BEATS, HIP HOP. Danger Mouse and Jemini The Gifted One. Ghetto Pop Life. New On Lex the debut album from Danger Mouse and Jemini The Gifted One. This is a killer hip hop album, a rarity in 2003 for the simple fact that it manages to be 100% solid in all areas, lyrics and vocal delivery, beats, all old/mid/next school points covered, funk by the crate and a blast of controlled originality. Born-A-Mc' is the perfect introduction, cooing angels, evocative strings riding choppy drums and tight bass with the multifaceted vocal style.
Ghetto Pop Life is a collaborative studio album by Danger Mouse & Jemini. It was released on Lex Records in 2003. It features guest appearances from Tha Liks, J-Zone, Prince Po, and The Pharcyde. In 2004, a reprint of the album with three additional tracks was released in the United States
Ghetto Pop Life, an album he crafted with an unknown emcee named Jemini the Gifted One in 2003, was the beginning of it all. Sure, he did some small stuff before Ghetto Pop Life (like remixing Neutral Milk Hotel, of all bands), but this was where the real madness began. Before mashing up the Beatles and Jay-Z for The Grey Album bootleg, there was Ghetto Pop Life. Before replacing Dan the Automator in the Gorillaz lineup and producing the group's Demon Days album, there was Ghetto Pop Life. No, Ghetto Pop Life is good – real good – and it shows that Danger Mouse was on fire from the start. I know I've been raving on and on about are costume-wearin', afro-sportin' friend thus far, but it turns out that Jemini is incredible with the microphone.
Ghetto Pop Life is a collaboration album by producer Danger Mouse known for projects like Danger Doom and The Grey Album. Here he’s working with emcee Jemini The Gifted One who’s known fo. eally nothing. This is his only album. Despite being around for over a decade. It’s almost like a combination of Deltron 3030 and The Minstrel Show.